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Does any one know much about these scopes?

 

Iv just one off a certain bidding site on impulse for my .17 HMR at a good price.

 

It's a 6x42, kind of worried it's not going to be good for low light stuff at up to 100 yards only now.

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Awesome glass. I've been using them for years and its up there with Zeiss & Swaro. Unfortunately the cost has now caught up with the quality!

 

I would say however if its specifically for low light, then go for a 56mm. 42mm isn't the best for low light.

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It cost me £130 and the quality is unreal. Yet iv not used it for lamping yet.

 

I'm going to get a .22wmr and bang a second hand 8x56 on it for low light iv decided.

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Went out last night with the Docter, for low light it's brilliant. For the range and stuff I'm doing it is brilliant quality.

 

Really snapped a bargain up here

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Went out last night with the Docter, for low light it's brilliant. For the range and stuff I'm doing it is brilliant quality.

 

Really snapped a bargain up here

You've got an absolute steal mate. Prices have recently rocketed on Docter optics.

 

I sold an 8x42 years ago for £450. & it had marks in the optics!

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The 8x56 is hard to come by, I'm looking for one thou.

 

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yeah pal I had a bit of a deal on it with a gun and penny's

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Good lad, the S&B cost £350 it was a no brainer. A close buddy was clearing out his collection of scopes

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Good lad, the S&B cost £350 it was a no brainer. A close buddy was clearing out his collection of scopes

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